For the past several years, I've committed myself to reading passages from the Church Fathers during the Daily Office. Here is one such reading.
It’s hard to believe the Covenant relaunch happened a little over a year ago. But we’re here to stay, and we pray that God will use our humble efforts in the renewal of his Church and its common life.
We bear the weight that surrounds us in the daily trappings of life: waking, sleeping, eating, drinking, working, concerning oneself with the plight of one's neighbor. These things are a joy at times, but at others they sit heavily across the shoulders.
How have we set ourselves up as enemies of the Cross? In what ways have we avoided the suffering which establishes community?
Unlike Saul Goodman, there is for us an ashen existence that is humble, repentant, and thankful, aware of grace and full of grace.
An interview clip of the famous atheist has gone viral. So what?
There is a holy gluttony in which we have only begun to indulge. May we remember to do so this Advent.
Do Anglicans have doctrines? Or is Anglicanism an empty container, into which one can pour whatever one likes?